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Fudge-Bottom Candy Crunch Pie

Fudge-Bottom Candy Crunch Pie recipe
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This gorgeous no-bake Fudge-Bottom Candy Crunch Pie requires only 20 minutes of prep and an hour in the fridge. No need to wait for a special occasion!
20 min
1 hr 20 min
8 servings
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We like this made with vanilla instant pudding and used 3 toffee bars. I have also made this using one box vanilla and one box cream cheese instant jello pudding. This version is a family favorite.
This dessert was awesome!! It was a great chocolate fix! I have already made it several times. It's been an awesome hit @ my church's pot lucks!
Fabulous recipe!!! It was a big hit at a family get-together. I changed it up a bit as several members of my family are not big fans of too much chocolate. I used a graham cracker pie crust instead of the oreo (store was out of it), cookies & cream pudding instead of the straight chocolate and snickers on top instead of the english toffee (couldn't find that anywhere!). Anyway, it came out fantastic and I can't wait to make it again!
This was a GREAT recipe! My whole family LOVED it! The only problem was that I couldn't find plain milk chocolate english toffee and had to use milk chocolate english toffee with almonds and it still turned out DELICIOUS!
This was a HUGE hit at our family X-Mas.It will definately cure a sweet tooth.I would recommend 10 to 12 servings per pie.
I would add more of the candy to the recipe. The chocolate was a little overwhelming. Overall though, super delicious!!!
i am responding "rachelmiller"'s review and question about the consistency of her pie (it turned out messy). The milkfat percentage you use makes a big difference. Whole milk is best when following recipe measurements for the milk. You can use lower milkfat (I use 1%) by adjusting the amount of milk you use. Add slightly less milk than what is called for and your pie will come more solid like it should. I think I used around 1 3/4 cups (maybe a little more)instead of two.
This pie tastes good, but it looks like a pudding mess, not a pie! Is there a step missing or wrong? How can regular pudding mixed with Cool Whip set hard enough to cut into a pie shape without falling apart? Is it supposed to be frozen?
I made this pie for Thanksgiving 2008 and LOVED IT!! Everyone loved it! Such a big hit I'm making it again this year. Great recipe, thank you! Jessica
Made this pie for Thanksgiving last year and everyone LOVED it! Real easy to make and it was a huge hit. Definitely worth making!
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